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How can I schedule a restart to SCCM managed computers at a certain time?

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What is the best way to schedule a restart for client computers managed with SCCM 2007 R2? I would like to restart computers at our remote site tonight at 10pm. If there are any other methods other than SCCM that anyone would recommend that would work as well.

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Create a package in sms that runs "cmd.exe /c dir c:\" as the command line, at the botton the the program page under "After Running" Set it to "ConfigMgr restarts computer"
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You could also create a package that runs the commandline shutdown /r. You can also add more settings to this command to suit your needs.
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both worked
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by:ameenfusion
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Hi Experts,

Do I need to create a Batch file with this commands and place it in source files ...?

Ameen.
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by:ameenfusion
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When I created a batch file with "cmd.exe /c dir c:\" and clicked on it by keeping on my desktop it doesnt reboot.Is there any thing I am missing in this batch file...?

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Ameen.
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